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Need: 996.2 GT3 Factory Cam Settings

I pulled my motor because it is apparently out of time and after chasing my own ass throwing a few parts at it for the reasons it could be out of time. Found out the shop I bought it from had the motor apart and neglected to tell me. Oh boy the crap I'd love to spew on them for the internet to know.

Anyways, I desperately need the cam specs for a 996.2 GT3 Street car. M96.79.

Please and thank you.
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Nobody? I'd assume its in the Workshop manual. I found the manual for a 996.1 but can't seem to source it for 996.2
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I believe the manual describes using the factory tools to lock the cams in positions. I would love to see what the overlap specifications are on a GT3.
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